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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey dale! that's what bullet's been trailing. ♪ ♪ poor guy, he's in bad shape. get the canteen dale. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ that's enough for now, old timer, we'll take you back to mineral city where there is plenty of feed and water. has he said anything yet dale? no roy, still unconscience. we better get him back to town, i'll hold him on trigger, you lead the burrow. right. ♪ ♪ somebody give me a hand here. hi dale. anything i can do? oh pat you're just in time. i am? take this little burrow to the stable and give her some feed and water will ya? i look more like a hero than a stable boy. well you'll be her hero if you'll take her to the stable. oh, yeah. come on laughing girl. let's go get some
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viddles. he was tied up so tight the circulation's cut off. he's suffering from exposure, thirst and shock from a beating. i can make one good guess who did it. hiya sheriff. hello roy. dale told me how you found him. do you know who he is yet? now wait a minute. he ain't strong enough to talk yet, and if you're gonna ask him a lot of fool questions, i won't be responsible for him. okay doc hold your horses. when you think he's well enough to talk, let me know. well it won't be before tomorrow. let me know too doc. alright. well
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i guess i'm about the fourth surveyorhey kickedut another one is still in the hospital, never will be right. well mr. carol you're the first victim that's turned up in my territory and i aim to do something about it. well just a minute sheriff, until that outlaw territory is surveyed you have no jurisdiction. that's right. it's sort of a no man's land. well it appears to me like them outlaws is squatting on them rights and thumbing their noses at us. well we got to do something about it. say roy, you've got a stake in this. doesn't that new ranch land of yours, extend right down into the river bed? yes but i don't know how far in sheriff, the only way to find out is to have it surveyed. well you'll have to clean out that rat's nest first. then let's clean it out. but how? sheriff, i got an idea while mr. carol was talking... listen, suppose you get a posse together, pat and i will ride out
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in front... alright men, let's mount up. whoa now! whoa, whoa! just have patience. ♪ ♪ ♪ what's the matter pat, did you forget how to ride a horse? pat's been chaufering that jeep so long, he's forgotten all about horses. yeah and i wish i could keep on forgetting about them too. all i had to do with this jeep is get in and turn on the key. then get out and get under. yeah, you spend more time pushing that jeep then it spends pulling you, boy.
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♪ ♪ ♪ say, look who's slim, get rusty, looks like we've got company. it's a buck. you got you over a barrel, now what's your next bet? hey rusty, couple of men heading for town, looks like they're being chased by a posse. well he better not ride in here, he'll get a hot reception. come on boys. go ♪ gee that was a close one. you're telling me. phew. who are you? who wants to know? looks stranger, you came here, nobody sent for you. don't mind my friend here, he's a might high strung. to tell you the truth, we're
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both feeling high strung right now. what about? didn't you see? sheriff and a posse we're after us. oh, well keep talking. well i reckon it's cause we stopped a stage on its way to mineral city. yeah? we didn't stop it to catch a ride. how much you get off the coach? that's just the trouble, that's why my pal here is so sore. just as we had 'em all lined up and reaching for the sky... why a sheriff and a posse come along, so we had to run for it. that's tough. how come the sheriff came along so conveniently? seems like he found a man half dead, tied to a burrow. he was out looking for the men who did it. oh i see. how about getting better acquainted? i'm rusty madison, these are my men and this is my town. any stranger shows up, he plays my rules. you get it? there is plenty of room up over the saloon. get your saddle bags, make yourself comfortable, chow's in an hour, don't be late. cook's temperamental.
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what do you think of those fellows? they're smart hombes. cagey too. wouldn't surprise me a bit if they did hold up that coach and get away with plenty of money. yeah maybe we better take a look in their saddle bags. let's do it now? no, no when they're not watching. if they're telling me the truth, i've got some plans for them. yeah if. look jim it's up to you to find out. me? yeah. suppose you mosey into mineral city and find out if there was a robbery and how much the boys got. maybe we won't have to look in those saddle bags after all. it's a good idea rusty. i'll start now. okay. jim, take a look at that bank layout while you're at it. okay rusty. i think i'll take this one. phew. whoa. on second thought i think i will take this one. you act like a cow on his honey moon. it doesn't make any difference which one you pick, i don't think you're gonna do any sleeping around here. well we pulled it off didn't we? well didn't we? i don't know. rusty's pretty smart.
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but at least we're safe while he's thinking it over. you know the way you talk, i ain't gonna get a wink of sleep tonight. i'll sing you a lullaby. hey i wonder where we eat around here. i don't know but let's get washed up and find out. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ what's the matter with him? bullet what's the matter with you? come away from there. i guess he smells you... i don't have a dog. come on get away. bullet! what will you have? oh, cup of coffee and a doughnut. right.
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guess maybe your dog don't like me? guess maybe he doesn't. it's good coffee miss. thank you. i wouldn't do that if i were you, stranger. bullet, you get away and go over there and lie down. do you hear me? you stay. wouldn't like to have dogs barking at me. by the way, when is the stage coming through? it's already been through. well when do i catch the next one? tomorrow morning. guess i'll have to spend the night. how about some more of this coffee? coming up.
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come on bullet, let's take a look at that stranger you didn't like. hi sophie. hi jim. i hear tale the stage got in late today? run into some trouble? nope. you heard wrong. was it held up? no. who's been telling you them lies? stage come in just same as usual. passengers got off same as usual, old sam
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the driver just as cantankerous as usual. you sure nothing happened to that stage? well now if you don't believe me, ask the sheriff, he'll tell you there ain't been a hold up in a long time. thanks opie. i'll be seeing ya. bullet, listen, did you get a scent of roy off that fellow? you did, didn't you? it was roy and pat. listen you and i are going to go find out if they're in trouble. come on boy. let's go. come on! ♪ come on. i wonder where dale's going in such a hurry? ♪ ♪
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well if it ain't the pretty lady from the restaurant. let's have that gun, give it here. bullet! run home quick! maybe you're mut got away, but you won't. what's the idea of following me? i wasn't following you. i saw you watching me when obe was talking to me. maybe you heard too much? i wasn't listening to you. i didn't hear anything, i was just taking my dog for a walk. now i suppose you're walking the horse? it's a free country. suppose you keep me company to no man's land. why? come on get going. there's nothing in this side pete. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey roy! oh roy! i think this guy's gonna kill me. oh roy! help! oh! help! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hold it, hold it, hold it. what's going on here? you ought to know. you sent these two birds up here didn't ya? what are you and pete doing up
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in this room? like you said? who said? i mean pete and me wanted to take a look through them saddle bags. oh you did, did ya? and who told you to do it? nobody, nobody rusty, it was our own idea. fine time to start a fight. we're all set to drive into mineral city and pull a job, and you two have got to start scrapping. i'm sorry fellows. sometimes my boys get a bit ambitious. what's in your saddle bags is your own business. that's okay. now no hard feelings, i hope? i like my boys to work together smooth. no hard feelings. good. now you two set to ride on that bank job with us? sure. let's go. oh i'm so sorry. my foot must have slipped. no, no hard feelings.
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well hello bullet. what's the matter fellow? what's the matter boy? what.. oh hank? something's bothering bullet, he's trying to tell us something. you don't suppose dale's in trouble? you know they left together. you better get the men together and follow him. now fellows chances are, we'll meet jim on the way. if not we'll wait for him at the old river bed, he's got the information we want. when we get it, we go to work. let's ride!
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ is that two riders? yeah, looks like jim and somebody else. well that's funny. say it looks like jim got himself a woman. what's he want to get a woman mixed up in this for? well you know jim boss, always a ladie's man. yeah but this is no time for a thing like that. come on let's go. ♪ whoa! we'll wait here.
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♪ ♪ ♪ who's the gal? she followed me here so i thought i would bring her along. are you crazy? what do we want with a woman? now wait a minute rusty, she knows too much. so do those two strangers the sheriff chased into our town. what do you mean? it's a frame. there never was a stage hold up. those two men are working for the law. take 'em boys. don't any of you go for your guns, turn around. go ahead dale. come on pat. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's roy and pat for you. he said they'd run them outlaws right in our arms. let's get 'em. ♪ it's a trap. let's get out of here. come. there goes rusty, i'm going after him. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well you got him roy! he's all yours sheriff. we got the rest of them too! good! come on get going! ♪ well roy i want to thank you and dale! for everything you've done! you better thank bullet, he's the one who really found you!
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hey roy, i think i'll ride out. you mean you really like to ride horses now? well i thought maybe i could help him out in his surveying. well what about nellybelle? don't you think she'll be jealous? listen you couldn't get me off the horse if you tried. besides, nellybelle ain't got no brakes to speak of and she'll get you way out on the desert and stop and well... whoa nellybelle! hey! hey! i didn't mean it nellybelle! ♪ ♪
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♪the ♪lone ranger ♪ ♪hi ho silver ♪ ♪a firey horse with the speed of light a cloud of dust and a hearty hi ho ♪ ♪silver. the lone ranger and i know there's gold in here. i know it's in here 'cause i can smell it. it's just like i am, yes sir you can smell gold for miles away. come on! get going!
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♪ ♪ you're looking in the wrong direction, hovey. they're over there. oh! come on! yipee! come here boy come here! we struck it! we struck it! look at this! gold! gold! look at it boy, just look at it! we struck it boy! we struck it this time! you said it would be here. i know it was here. yeah, but it's bigger than i thought it was. this ain't just an ordinary gold strike. no sir, this is an important one. that's why i want you to keep it under your hat boy. don't you lay your tongue, don't you tell a soul. not till you get to the land office and register. do you hear? don't worry i won't. do you want anything special from town?
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oh no, it'll wait. you know what i'm gonna do? i'm gonna get me a brand new set of store teeth. made out of this gold too. say, you better stop and see your paw! yeah 'cause you know he'll be pining for you. that works both ways. yeah! don't go, don't go, i wanted to give you the bearings of the location. i don't need it, i dot in my head. that's good you keep it there boy. oh boy! come on! there he is. looks like a man riding with something on his mind. yeah. i'll wait for him here. get over to bush's and have him... ♪ what's up? you're dick mchenry. that's right. thought i heard some blasting? so did i. somebody working a
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mine around here? that's a fair guess. you and that dudley? that's a good guess. saddle bags sure loaded. mister you're blocking the trail. i said you were blocking the trail, i'll give you just ten seconds to light out of here. put the artillery away kid and let's take a look in those bags. say i know you. you're zack carter, the gambler, you hang around with another tin horn named hovey. now i'll give you just three seconds to get out of here. 1, 2... shots come from there. that means trouble tonto, let's have a look. i had a hunch they had their eyes on something like this. we've got to find that mine. we've got to file a claim on it. yeah. why didn't
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you shoot him in the arm? you didn't have to close his mouth. he wasn't going to shoot you in the arm. he'd plug you dead center. yeah but you have time to aim, he didn't. we could have made him give us the location of that mine. nothing in his pockets. now we've got the job of finding it. maybe he's still alive enough to talk? hey, hey? hey mchenry? you're wasting your time, he's through. about the only thing we can do now is back trail him. go to the mine? say that's a smart idea. you know how to trail? no. i thought maybe you did. i'm a card player like you. where would i learn any indian tricks? well let's go back to town. i'll think of something. ♪ tonto, down there. ♪
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♪ him still alive kimosabe. why you low down bush whacking buzzards, get away from that boy. i thought i'd find something like this when i heard them shots. you murdering coyotes. we heard the shots too mister. oh sure, you look innocent enough. i saw that the minute that i come in. hey indian, tell your pal there he forgot to take off his mask. never mind the mask. this boy has one chance in a thousand to live and while we stand here wasting time talking he's losing that chance. tonto, water. i told you now, stay away from that boy. put down that coven and lend a hand. hey, you've got a way with you. who are you anyhow? what makes you think i ought to trust you? did you ever see a silver bullet like this before? well, the lone ranger. well, you've proved to me that you didn't kill him. but who did? kimosabe see what me find. where? horse stand there
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little time, then cards fall. somebody must have been waiting for him. him stand there, face this way. i see. why these cards are marked. fine one he was, carries more cards around than a show commander in the back. there must have been two of them. if the one with the card was facing the boy, there had to be another one to shoot him in the back. i think we'll find a cheap pair of gamblers mixed up in this. i think what we ought to do is look for them two saddle bags. 'cause they're loaded plum full of high grade ore and that's why they killed him. he hasn't been killed yet but he's mighty close to it. does it give you the shakes? yeah. where's it come from? waford you'll never be a rich man. what difference does it make where it comes from? you should say, how can i get it? my chance will come. when? you're not getting any younger. you've been in this hole so long walford, you're gonna die in it. it's big cities like new
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york, london and paris. did you think you'll ever get to see those big cities waford? you feel pretty chipper. i bet the fellow you got this from don't feel so good. you think we stole this waford? how else would you get it? you bring it in here, file a claim on it, and make me feel like a fool. is it my fault i don't get to it? i don't get any chances. but is that my fault? there is two things wrong with what you said. first, we can't file a claim on this because we don't know where it is. second, you do get chances and we're going to give you one right now. do you know how everybody thinks that ed dudley and young mchenry knows there's gold in the hills? old desert rat, that's just a lie to get himself a grub stick. uh uh. no lie. this is it. how's that again, the way you say i should talk? how do i get it? he sure learns fast. how do i get it? like this. you get one third in this manner. if ed
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dudley or old man mchenry comes here to file a claim in the unfriendly mountains, you don't file the claim, you give us the location. you can't do this without some killing. does that bother you? sure. there has to be a killing, waford, now wake up. now that you know all about this, you better line up with us. or you'll be the first man to die.
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i've got another ace up my sleeve. i think i know how
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we can't stay here, you don't even have decent shelter. sky was always good enough roof from me. not for a wounded boy, ed. tonto i want you to ride to his father's ranch, tell mr. mchenry the whole story. then bring back a wagon and some mattresses. we've got to take this boy home. that right kimosabe. you know tom is sure gonna bust a cinch when he hears about this. i don't believe there is anything in the world that old tom cared more for than this youngin'. i'm going to ride to town and see if i can match those cards to the man who dropped them. you keep your eyes open for trouble. do you reckon them tin horns will keep trying? yes ed they're bound to now that they have seen what came out of this mine. wait just a minute, there is one thing i didn't tell you. see dick here was on his way to the office to file the claim... then it's not yet protected. why shucks no. why anybody could grab it that would jump us. it may be already grabbed. i'll stop at the land office and register it for you. here, here i'll give
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you the bearings. here they are. alright ed, take care of the boy. i'll take care of him. ♪ ♪ what do you want? heard a rumor. thought it would be a friendly act to ride over and let you hear it too. there's just two things i don't have any truck with: rumors and tin horns. now get. rumor says your boy and ed dudley struck it rich. do tell. rumor goes on to say that ed dudley shot your boy in the back... pull it out you crazy fool, you got part of my skin. when you come here telling me ed dudley shot my boy, you lying sneaking, tin horn...don't you pull any iron on me you critter. you poisoned critter.
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what did you aim to do with a story like that? i, i didn't say it was true. i said i heard it. you heard what? where? who said it? turn me loose and i'll tell you. when i get good and ready and you answer me when i talk to you. well, they were talking about it in town. saddle bump came in, came into the saloon and he was talking about it. he said he saw it. go back and tell him he's a liar. go back and tell him the next time he talks against ed dudley i'll ram the lie down his throat on the end of a forty five. pull yourself out. now get off of my land and stay off. that won't be hard to do, remembering this...
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how indian. how. you're on the mchenry ranch. what's your name? me tonto. tonto huh? well do you want something? you hungry? no time to eat. me bring bad news. you too? your son dick, him get shot. go on. him find gold, ride to file claim, somebody shoot him in back.
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ah huh. just who do you think did the shooting? me not know for sure, but not ed dudley. him say go bring wagon with mattress, take boy home. you telling me the truth indian? somebody shot my boy? how bad's he hurt? plenty bad. alright, run over to the bunk house, tell the boys to give you a couple mattresses, i'll get the wagon ready, we'll go after him. go on hurry! well did he fall for it? why that crazy old garoon, i'll cast him in if it's the last thing i ever do. he didn't fall for it? well he didn't seem to but let him think it over. first, he'll begin to get curious, then he'll wander, then he'll travel up that mine to have a look around. and we'll follow like a gentle little breeze. gentle little breeze? just remember this: he's my meat, that mchenry, when the show down comes he's my meat.
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let's wait around awhile, he'll come by. here he comes now, it worked. i'll tag along after him. you go into town and hang around that land office. what for? waford can take care of that angle. waford's a worm, if anything goes wrong he scares too easily. now go onto town. unfriendly mountains... bet it's here. just about here. what do you want? there's no money here, only records. i want to file a claim. claim? what's the idea with the mask? never mind the mask, i have good reasons for wearing it. this is kind of irregular, i don't know whether i should... nothing in the law says you can't
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register a claim for a man in a mask. go ahead. name's edward dudley and richard mchenry. what's the matter? oh nothing. give me the location first. one point north east of split rock and the unfriendly mountains. un... excuse me i'll get another pen. you seem nervous. i just had a hard day, you know running a land office isn't easy. did dudley and mchenry strike it rich? i'm just registering the claim for them. the unfriendly mountains... south five hundred yards from a mound of stones, north two hundred feet from lanten rock. oh excuse me. no wait. no you have business i don't want any part of. hovey wait! get 'em up mister. reach, reach high. what's going on here? where's carter?
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following mchenry and a stray indian up to the mine. who's this? i don't know but he just filed that claim. dudley's claim? yep, i've got the whole location right down in that book.get his guns. what are you two up to? well now look who's asking questions. what are you up to? and how did you get into this? you'll find out. yeah. waford, tear the page off that book, i'll take care of the claim and him too. tear it out huh? not a bad idea. keep your hands off. remember what you and carter said? how do i get it? well i learn fast. carter, carter will get... i'll get him first. and you mister, i'm taking you in for killing this man. ♪
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did he open his eyes? how's he been? i wouldn't worry too much about him tom, i've seen a lot weaker men come up from worse. get him in the wagon on the mattresses. it's going to be an awful bumpy ride. yeah that's mighty poor excuse for a road. first me feed horse. him eat plenty, then him walk slow, not hurry home to stable. good idea indian. you're alright. ed? huh? you know a gambler by the name of carter? carter? oh yeah i've heard of him, he's about as crooked as he comes too. go on into town and find him. i think
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he's the jasper who did this. now you're gonna come back to the ranch, at least till we find out how the boy is just taking it. no, i'm gonna kill me a gambler named carter. ed, i'm hit, help me drag the boy into the mine. keep us covered boy. come on out of there. throw out your guns and come on out. ♪ ♪ ♪
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mchenry, you know who this is? you're a bush wacker that's all i need to know. this is carter, mchenry. zach carter and the time i'm through with you gentlemen you're gonna be sorry you ever saw a gold mine or a bow and arrow. bullet no can go around corner, better save for later. they got us strapped tom. how is your leg? oh not very good ed. you got any ideas indian? him ready to shoot fast if we come out. him not able to get everybody. maybe one man live, no more. tonto no like to die like this. alright gents it's up to you, you can stay in there and smother like rats... i can take two or three steps, enough to draw his fire and give you boys a chance. get the wagon out of the way indian. you crazy galute you wouldn't last two seconds out there. get the wagon indian. will not move. what's the matter with it? i don't know, maybe it's stuck. come out.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ tonto you alright? you come just in time kimosabe. i'll fix up the wagon and then we'll take them to the ranch. me, i'm all smoked up inside like the side of bacon. say, a few more minutes back yonder and we'd all been done for. it was mighty close ed. you quit grumbling about being cheated out of that other gambling critter. we've had enough smoke and gun play around here for today. i'm going to see waford in the jail, i'd like you to keep your temper and see that he gets a fair trial. i'm not babbling about waford, only thing i care about is this boy. of course. i'll send the sheriff to take this one in. don't you worry about the boy either, i'll see that he's kept in a
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quiet place. hey look! he's coming too, he's opening his eyes! hello dad! i thought i heard some shooting? there was a share, it's all over now. i opened my eyes once, i thought i saw a man in a mask? you did, boy, he saved our gold mine and he saved a whole bunch of lives too. ed look! hey, hey come back here! who is he? why he's the lone ranger. ♪hi ho silver.♪ ♪away. ♪ ♪away.
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@ú ♪lassie ♪starring june lockhart ♪hugh riley, john provost ♪as timmy and of course lassie ♪ ♪ ♪ can i ask you something? what's on your mind, son? aren't you ever gonna visit us anymore? well bless your heart boy, of course i am. uncle petry is visiting with us timmy only he's working while he's here. that's what i don't understand. uncle petry's visiting us, but he's working for mr. blalock. well you see, timmy. in order to buy my new business i had to use up all my savings.
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doing this job for mr. blalock gives uncle petry a little extra money. blalock might know how to run and savings and loan association but he doesn't know beans about putting up a wall. you were the one who said mr. blalock doesn't know much about boys or dogs either. yeah, that's because he's a contacorous old bachelor, just to stubborn to take the time to learn about anything except in his banking. he sees himself as a gentlemen farmer. oh, he probably gets as much satisfaction working around his place as we do around ours. if you wanna call puttering working. hand me that piece of canvas will ya timmy boy? he would skin me alive if it rained and spoiled his cement. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ go ahead, paul. i'll drive timmy and lassie home. come, lassie. hear from paul yet? yes. he called, doctor stewart's gonna drive him home from capital city. must be real serious. going clear to the hospital. what's wrong with mr. allen? your father didn't say dear. that must be them now. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ burst appendix. we didn't get him to the hospital in time. he's going to be alright, isn't he? no, dear. well supper will be spoiled if i don't get it on.
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something should be done about it. the hospital, it's a crying shame the nearest one being fifty miles away. seems to me i once heard doc stewart say you need a small emergency hospital around here. yeah, it's like the weather. everybody talks about it but... well, why don't we do something about it? such as? well, get everybody in the community behind it, working for it. the kids too? kids too. well i could ask the grange at the next meeting help equip a hospital with well an operating table, or a portable x-ray or something like that. well, then that solves the problem. not quite. we need a building first and that costs a lot of money. well, we could have a drive. isn't easy to get people to give, even for a good cause.
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i'd give and i know lassie would too. people around here are generous enough, just that they don't have enough to spare money wise. well there must be a way. god bless this house and thank you for the food we eat. amen. ♪ don't give them the right kind of feed the eggshells will be too thin. boy i sure am glad i'm not a chicken and have to eat all that stuff. won't you need your lunch over at mr. blalock's? blalock? well he's got a little house at the back end of his property. just standing there empty, it would be perfect.
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for the hospital! a few boards and nails and paint, could turn that into the nicest little hospital you would ever wanna see. that's a fine idea. but how do you get jason blalock to donate it as a hospital? how? well, i'll ask him that's how. explain the whole to him while we're working on his new wall. now don't you worry about a thing. just leave it all to me. uncle petry! huh? oh! thank you, ruth.
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(9 hospital, if people would be a little careful they wouldn't get sick all the time. hank ellen was the most careful man i ever knew. you're wasting my cement. and you're wasting my time. the way you're building this wall. all the weep holes for the water to drain off, sand and cement wrong mixer no steel reinforcing rods... it's my wall and i can build it the way i want to. then build it yourself, any way you want. i will. look, jason. i'll figure out how much i owe ya and mail ya my check. what happened to hank allen could happen to any of us. i'm just as sorry about what happened to hank allen
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as everybody. if we had a hospital closer in, hank would be alive right now. maybe. but i don't want a hospital on my place. ambulances and cars driving in all hours day and night. saving peoples lives. you asked me and i gave you my answer. ♪ the gray's were very generous and have offered to buy some of the major equipment. but it takes more then that to get a hospital going. it's money, oh i suppose the community could supply us with many of the items that we need. but you can't perform surgery in the open air. haven't we any gumption? if one person turns us down are we going to give up the whole project? i'm not giving it up. for years i have been fighting for an adequate hospital around here, i'll go on fighting.
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by golly, let's build one ourselves. that takes a lot of doing uncle petry, a lot of people helping. you know my cupboards and closest are just full of things that a hospital could put to good use. lots of other cupboards and closets here abouts too, doctor stewart. you know what i'm going to do? i'm going to speak to every woman whether i know her or not and just see if she just can't spare some things. and i know where i can lay my hands on some lumber, nails, paint, everything else we need. glass for windows. glass? yeah we'll worry about that later. whose gonna build it? ha, anybody who can drive an eight penny nail. just takes someone to start the ball rolling. how about me and lassie? we could do something. well how about a paper drive? yeah! we will make this one the best one yet. well... well now wait a
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minute. we need a place to put this hospital. say, i'm sure that we can spare a corner of our property. that's mighty generous of you, paul. but well your place just isn't located centrally enough. reason for an emergency hospital is so everyone can get there in a hurry. well, there's a piece of usable acreage near the blalock farm. that would be an ideal location. a man at capital city owns it and i'm sure he'll sell it. look uncle petry, you've got some good business contacts now, maybe you can persuade some of them to donate generously. and maybe we can all get enough money together to buy it. i'll try every business man i know. come on, lassie, let's get started right now. after i've read it. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well, i'll give you ninety eight cents for the whole lot. i don't think that's enough. even a dollar? nope.
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take it or leave it. we'll take it. for ten cents i'll help you carry them to your wagon. four cents, it's all i got to spare. okay. i'll just go in the house and get my rain coat.
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first time a dog ever got the best of me in a bargain. hospital. oh, that's wonderful timmy. everybody come through as good as you kids, in no time at all before we have hospital. where are you going? to help the junk man. martin family doesn't have to take a back seat to anybody when it comes to getting things done. a lot of other families have done their part too. oh, paul. you know those two by fours i was looking for? well, today while you were over at calverton simpson brothers lumber company called. they are donating all we need. brand new too. look here, look at all the money that timmy and the other children raised for their paper drive. two dollars and twenty nine cents. well, i might as well give it you straight. mr. blalock is a lot more opposed to a hospital than we thought.
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he carries a lot of weight with calverton business men and he's got most of them persuaded that we don't need a hospital. well, it wouldn't take a lot of money for us to buy the land we need it, would it? i couldn't even raise a little. couldn't you speak to them again? i hate to say it, but i think we've got throw in the towel. our only hope it blalock we've got to change his mind. fat chance. when he says no he doesn't mean maybe. well, i'll wait till the morning to tell timmy about it. ♪ let me give you a hand jason. well go on.
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say what you're thinking. about what? about my wall. i was thinking about the hospital. oh, i'm sick and tired of hearing about the hospital. i told you before and i'll tell you again, it's a waste of money. and if you came over here to talk to me about that... look, jason. awful lot of people here abouts have been giving things they couldn't rightly spare, a lot of their time too. even the kids have been pitching in. they are all gonna be mighty let down. and you're blaming me? folks put a lot of stock in what you say, jason. business men especially. fact you're against the hospital more likely has made them feel it's not as important as it really is. all this talk isn't getting my wall showed up. oh, alright. wait a minute.
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look out. petry? petry? help. come here, lassie, we're not lassie come back. lassie! help.
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it's uncle petry. and he's hurt real bad. lassie, go get help. and i'll go in mr. blalock's house and call doctor stewart. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ jenny, it was an accident a wall fell over on blalock and uncle petry. get
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doctor stewart, quick. help. help. lassie, where's timmy? paul! look. get in the pick up. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ are you alright, jason? yeah. you better call doc stewart now, ruth. i already did. he's on the way over from capital city, but he's sending an ambulance. he said in case we had to move him, make a blanket litter and let lay flat. in case if anything's wrong with his back. i'll go up to the house and get a blanket. how long is gonna take that ambulance to get here? it's a long way from capital city.
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is your feed lock gate open? no, my hired hands off today. oh, well i'll go out and feed the stock. mom, uncle petry's gonna be alright, isn't he? i hope so dear. i'll make some coffee. i'm alright, i'm alright. i'll make the coffee. sh, lassie be quiet. i suppose you think this is all my faulty timmy? no sir, mr. blalock. well it is. it is my fault. it was an accident. no. your uncle petry warned me about that wall.
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he said it wouldn't hold up the way i was building it and he was right. and now petry might die because of me. but he's gotta get well. we all love him. i really am just what everybody calls me. mean, contancorous and pig headed. the whole kitten caboodle. three times they ask me to do something about a hospital. and each time i turned him down cold. he said it. he said it to me, what's happened to hank allen could happen to anybody. and now its happened to him. maybe you had something real important to do with your empty house. important? the house is just sitting there, just sitting. and the people in the town tried to build a hospital, i went out of my way to put the kabash on it. i sure wish we had a
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hospital right now. ♪ so do i, timmy, so do i. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪the roy rogers show starring roy rogers king of the cowboy trigger his goldne palimino and dale evans queen of the west with pat brady his comical sidekick and roy's wonder dog bullet ♪ make it good matt. there might be a fortune riding on that bullet. ♪ can't get far. let's get down and get him. ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's a pretty bad gun shot wound. what's your name old timer? joe jones. two men bushwacked me search me for my maps for bredford mine. that's old and deserted
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mine in paradise golch. no rich or diggiing tool. handle my wife coming on stage. tell her maps hid lower in the shaft. lower her into what shaft? ♪ he's gone, roy. yeah poor fella, i wonder what shaft he meant. one of the tunnels in the old bedford mine i imagine, but that old mine is honeycombed with tunnels. they tell me it was worked out fifteen years ago yeah. but if this old timer has found a new vane. well we better get this news back to the sheriff. meet that stage. sure gonna be hard to tell that poor women she's a widow. i sure hope old eddie dunn's got what we want. listen we'll soon find out. here comes the stage.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ put them up and keep them up. keep them covered. you sue denton? yes that's my name. give me your purse. ♪ ♪ give me the rest of your baggage. hurry up! ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ we've been held up! and there goes the outlaws. what'd they take? nothing they just looked through my things. are you mrs. denton? yes. dale stay with here pat and i will go after them. right. come on! ♪ hide the horses.
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♪ ♪ hey roy, isn't that the old bedford mine up there? yeah that will be a good place to hide. let's take a look. ♪ ♪ been abandoned for fifty years. maybe so but the mine belongs to the bedford family and i'm bill bedford. well your stage coach was held up down here on the road. you two fellas didn't happen to be around there at the time, did you? no matt and i have been working the mine. haven't been anywhere but right here. seems kinda funny working a mine that's been abandoned for fifteen years. that's my business. prove it. i don't have to. the sheriff's office has got a copy of my deed to the property. if you don't believe me ask him. i think we will. ♪
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you know i got a hunch we are gonna have trouble with him. they're the noisy type. don't worry about it matt. i stopped them cold when i filed that fake claim. well here's the deed. it's right as rain looks like the bedford mine was originally a spanish land grant. the property belonged to elanzo bedford and this bill bedford his grandson. then joe denton's claim is no good. i'm afraid not roy. well that's a shame. it means mrs. denton won't get a thing, even if we find a map. unless we can prove this bill bedford's a phony. roy i can smell a faker a mile off. ain't been took by one yet. and this bill bedford is a phony as a sugar barrel full of little fish hooks. that might be kind of hard to prove pat. i'm sorry mrs. denton but one thing we will do is find your husband's murderer. pat we have got some searching to do ourselves. come on. i'll look after mrs. denton
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roy. alright dale. @hmisoner of d.c message- please check ownership status of one bill bedford on bedford mine paradise valley claims to be heir to spanish land grant wire answer roy rogers mineral city i'll take care of it right away. that will be a dollar and a quarter. okay
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here. ♪ what were those two rattlers doing in here, sheriff? roy, bill bedford just got out a restraining against you. against me? why me? oh you know why. you're gunning for those men. oh i can't say is how i blame you but right now they got the law on their side. sheriff i'm sure they're phonies. and if they find that map and locate the gold. they'll leave mrs. denton the widow they made her without a penny. how do you know they made mrs. denton a widow, and how do you know they're phonies? i don't know for sure yet, but i'm gonna find out. now wait a minute
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roy, don't do anything hasty. remember this time the law ain't on your side, and if i find you on the bedford property, i'll have to put you under arrest. maginificent cooking! maginificent, and now my boy because you were kind enough to invite me to partake of this scrumcious feast, i'm gonna do you a favor. my friend, here is a piece of paper that will make you a very rich man, a millionaire. what is it? it's a map, a map that will unfold the treasures of gal conda of eldardo. you follow the instructions and the directions on this map and you will find gold golare. you don't say. that's right. and because you're my friend. well if it ain't pat brady by golly i ain't seen you in a turtle's age. hi ya pete. well as i was saying. oh colonel not now later. well what do you got to say for yourself, patrick? oh not much. just the same. well i'll i see ya later. how about having a nice piece of pie
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with me pat. pie? hey what happened to your friend? he left without paying for the food. he did? yeah. oh well nevermind i'll pay for it. just put it on my tab. okay pat but i don't like to see you get stuck that way. that colonel looked like a faker to me. dale i told you once and i'm telling you again. i can smell a faker a mile off and there ain't nobody putting over anything on me. hi roy. hi dale. what's the matter with you? yeah you looked like you tied into a bear that still had it in for daniel boone. oh them two buzzards over at the bedford mine got a restraining order against me. how's mrs. denton? well she's resting now. i sure hope things get straigtened out for her. they will if i've got anything to do with it. restraing order or no restraing order. come on, pat. shew say maybe next time pete. ♪
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hey pat you better take nelliebelle. oh i can't she just b@@@ @ it doesn't seem to be anyone around. no, it's quieter than an hibernating catipilar. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh i guess they're off somewhere. yeah probably getting another restraing order. they might be back any minute
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though, so let's split up and look for that lower end of the shaft denton told us about. it's bound to be around here someplace. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey pat! look what bullet found. well dag gum. this thing looks old enough to belong to one of them dinosaurs. hey that sounds like it's coming from the mine. now listen bullet, we ain't got no time to play with you. we'll do some more digging maybe he'll find what were looking for. somebody's coming. let's hide back here in the cave and watch this entrance that dog warned them.
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you better go around the back way. ♪ stay back, bullet. ♪ oh
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wow roy! you hit him so hard you jarred his kin folks. where's the other one? he high taled it out of here. say this rifle could of killed joe denton. yeah a high powered rifle like that could of made the wound but do you suppose we could convince the sheriff? we can convince him better if we could find that map. oh oh i'm so sorry was this what you were looking for? bullet, guard him. might as well be comfortable while we're looking, huh?
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you know if there's a hidden shaft in this here mine, it must be the size of a gopher hole. we haven't covered half this place yet. i'm so dagum tired and hungry, i could eat a porcupine and pick my teeth with the quills. oh. uh oh, roy, we got company. it's the sheriff. looks like our investigation is going to be slowed up. alright roy and pat. hi sheriff well disreguarding the restraing order and trespassing on private property i'll have to put you both under arrest. what are you doing with matt out there? bullet's guarding him. you going to arrest him too? get to your horses. let's get back to town. here we go roy. who's gal bound? come into town when they go before the judge.
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no jail big enough to hold patrick alowishus brady for long. well i warned them. dale did you get answer to my telegram? well no not yet
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roy. well surely this can't be serious enough for you to keep these boys in jail. well i'll tell you what i'll do dale. you sign the bail bond and i'll parole them to your custody. that's a deal. and remember they're your responsibility. and you better see that they don't violate that restraing order again. okay. now listen. you boys heard what the man said. i'll tell you what i'll do, son. mine. a hundred dollars. boy that's a little steep. well make it fifty dollars, well i don't know whether i've got that much or not. well i reckon i do owe you a little favor. let's say twenty five dollars. i think that's just about what i got. well thank you son, and now my boy some day when your lolly gone at the beach at the riviera, smoking five dollar cigars with a beautiful girl on each arm, just sometime think of colonel jasper rutherford. i bid you good day sir.
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you ready to go pat? oh yeah yes as soon as i get out of these work clothes. hey wait a minute. you heard what the sheriff said. don't you boys let him ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ now get him!
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bullet, go to dale! you've been asking for it, now you're gonna get it. tomorrow i'm going in town to get the sheriff. why bother? they were trespassing, weren't they? breaking the law, weren't they? we can shoot them and tell the sheriff it was self defense. that would look bad with four of us here. throw him in the mine office and lock him up. ♪ we gotta figure hurry bullet! go find roy.
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hey. that sounded like bullet. ♪ roy, you in there? yeah me and pat. get us out of here dale. how? well look around and see if you can find an iron bar of some k ain't that bacon done yet? keep your shirt on it's about ready. ♪ ♪ thanks dale, now stand by, we'll need your gun. ♪ what was that? stay where you ♪re! nice going, dale. p dale i'll get himd
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ware. right. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ha here comes the sheriff,ate as usual. ♪ alright matt, you can't get away that easy, let's go. that's twice he's violated the restraing order and i'm plenty mad. i told you he was at it again, sheriff. get over there with the rest of your gang. ♪ roy, i went by the telegraphed office for ya. here's your message. thanks dale.
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no spanish land grant ever granted to bedford family. mine is in public domain. what do you think of that, sheriff? that means that the claim joe denton staked out is good, and i've got the map to prove it. you'll never take me. good shot pat. sheriff, if you'll check the bullet hole in bill bedford's arm you'll find that it looks suspeciously like the one that was in denton. they both came from the same rifle. get your deputies to help us, and let's put these men where they belong. there you are roy. dale, i got me a map too. millions and millions of dollars. that's a real funny looking map and it's stuck together. that river looks like some kind of a tree. it's printed in spanish. dale you read spanish. how about translating this for pat. okay a life giving herb discovered by juan hernandez in 1812. a sure
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cure for rumintism acne saddle sores haha and anything else that ails you. patrick you have just purchased yourself a label from a pat medicine bottle. well i'll be fried in snake oil if i ain't been horn swaggled by a faker! i paid for all of his meals plus twenty five dish washing dollars. where is that southern pride, mint julip with blisters. if i get him, i'll stomp wow we had some close moments there, didn't we? watch for us in the next roy rogers show. ♪to you until we meet ♪again happy trails ♪to you keep smiling ♪until then happy ♪trails to you till we meet ♪again
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♪ ♪the lone ranger ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪a fiery horse with the speed ♪of light, a cloud of dust and the hearty hi ho silver ♪ ♪the lone ranger in a shady glenn ten miles of the western frontier town of kobe. there is a strange gathering beneath the trees. taken prisoner in butch cavendish. notorious leader of an outlaw gang. a man who recently murdered several officials of kobe and replaced them with his own men. as part of his daring plan to take over the town. prisoners also are three of his henchmen,
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sheriff two gun taylor, has come upon the outlaw chief and h\ his men and cadindish was being treated for a bullet wound, by doc drummin. who had been abducted from town to perform the job. while waiting for his indian friend tonto, who was sent to town for help. the lone ranger is untying his horse, when silver, his own mighty steed, hears a strange sound. wow, silver. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ sactter men. something' happening in the bog.
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alright, boys, i got him. get 'em high, sheriff. come on in, men, it's me, cavendish. the shootings over. looks like we got here just in time, boss. you did. tie these men up. i got winged after i shot judge knox. this doctor was treating me when the sheriff and the mask man, took things over. was that the person we seen ride off in the white horse? yeah, which way he do? up the drive. good. i'll watch 'em. you men get after that masked man before he gets to kobe and spoils our plans. and bring him back dead or alive. you heard, boys. let's travel. meanwhile, unaware of what has happened to the lone ranger, since last he saw them. tonto has arrived in the town of kobe, he's on his way to the sheriff's office when he sees the sheriff's assistant, alex creel. for more men to aid the lone ranger. and in tracking down butch cavendish. they way you keep on cleaning that gun, corey, you must be figuring on using it soon.
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nothing like being prepared. mighty lots been going on around kobe lately and the shootings have just begun. creel says there is gonna be more of it tonight. which one of you is, sheriff's assistant? it isn't often a redskin comes looking for the sheriff. it's usually the other way around. what is it? me want to see creel. he's busy, i'm handling his business. what's on your mind? sheriff taylor send me. him want butch cavendish. asked for creel to come with posse. oh, he did, huh? you're lying indian. everybody around here knows that cavendish's gang is no where around here. that not so. i see cavendish myself. you come. i show you trail. would you listen to the redskin ordering us around? i don't know what your game is indian, but if sheriff taylor really sent you. you would have some kind of proof. you follow, tonto. you have plenty proof. seems to me this redskin is getting a little ornery. should i throw him in jail? nah, let him go. don't come nosing around here again or you won't get off so easy. creel left orders not to lead the posse anywhere.
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say corey, you think he was in a level about the sheriff being on cavendish's trail? of course he was on the level. why do you think i want cavendish? with all of our plans set for tonight. we can't let the sheriff mess things up. but if that indian gets back to the sheriff, and tells him that creel... he's not gonna get back to the sheriff. you're gonna see that he doesn't. got it? you got nothing to worry about. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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nothing like making sure you indian. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's tonto, silver! tonto? me follow trail, kimosabe. take long time. where's the posse? no posse. sheriff's men in kobe wouldn't send men with me.
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must be one of cavendish's men. that's right. him send man to ambush me. but me take care of him. you find cavendish? yes. but his men rode down from the hills and surrounded the sheriff and doc drummin. we go back and round them up. no there are too many of them. we need a whole tube of calvary to capture them all. i've got a plan, tonto. now here's the idea. we'll circle back... ♪ ♪ that's cavendish' horse. must still be here. the rest of his men are out looking for me. where are doc and sheriff? over in the glenn, behind the brush. come on, tonto! ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's sheriff's horse. yes, tonto. he still must be here with the
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doc. i imagine that cavendish is watching our friends until his men return. we'll sneak up to the glenn. if cavendish is there, i'll want to surprise him. then you know what to do. me understand. we'll leave our horses here. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ take it easy you two. i may not be strong enough to travel, but i got strength enough to pull the trigger. you won't get away with this. how long do you think honest people are gonna condone activities like yours, cavendish? you know i've got men in my office, who've sworn never to rest until you are captured. myself included, of course.
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and that masked man, he's one of my special secret deputies. your men will never catch him. you know, cavendish, the doc here and i and the mask man. we know a lot more about you then you think we do. why there's hand builds territory pasted on every rock and every tree. you'll never get out of here. and another thing. that a boy, stranger. you are a sight for sore eyes. yeah. i thought we were goners. who's that? tonto. he's my friend. are you both alright? yeah, we're alright. cavendish is out cold. where ya been, stranger? i was getting worried. i rode off on silver. met tonto coming from kobe. we sneaked in here the back way. sheriff, your men creel in town wouldn't send the posse. him no believe, tonto. well, then that proves he's part of this murder in
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this gang. i can name more in town that are working with him. well, anyway, we got cavendish. we can load him in doc's rig and take him on into town. wait a minute, sheriff. i wanna capture more of the gang then just cavendish. he's the leader. with help, we can capture him and his entire band as they return. take too long to get help from kobe. they'll all get away. there's something much closer then town sheriff. tonto said he saw a calvary detachment passing a short distance off. we'll get their help. now leave cavendish here. he's out and too weak to travel anyway. well, whatever you say. alright. let's go. come on, doc. don't worry, you're not gonna lose me. ♪ ♪ which way to the calvary, mister? take the port and circle back to kobe. kobe? what about the calvary?
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there are no calvary. but you said they are passing through here abouts. what i said was for cavendish to hear. but he couldn't hear anything, he was unconscious. you should have examined him when i did, doc. he was faking. how about since no calvary? what in tarnation are you aiming to do? i'm trying to delay cavendish plans to gain time. we have a lot to do tonight in kobe. alright, doc. let's get on with it. alright. ♪ ♪ ♪ we spotted the chief and he said he didn't head for kobe. i know he didn't. say what happened to the prisoners? masked man, must have hid in the brush nearby. while you were out spreading word, he came back here with his indian friend. turned the prisoners loose, huh? yeah. they headed out fast but not for kobe. they went the opposite direction. well, where did they go? i heard the masked man tell the sheriff, that there's a group of calvary passing nearby. now
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they'e gone off to get them and round us all up. so we gotta work fast. green, you, sellers and ship stay with me. we'll go back to the hideout. the rest of you try to head off the prisoners. see if you can spot that calvary, too. this is gonna delay my plans concering kobe a bit. i can't take any chances. now get stirring. ♪
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the sheriff's office is practically next door to mine and i noticed the lights were still on. that's awfully good, doc. it will give tonto a chance to sneak over there
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and see if anyone else is in the office with creel. while he's gone we can make up that list of the names of people we want to surprise. me go now, kimosabe. be careful, tonto. remember if creel is one of cavendish's men you know what happened last time you tried to see him. me be plenty careful. you make list. tonto be back fast. are we sure that we hid your horses and my wagon far enough out of town? if anyone get's wind we're here, they'll be trouble. if we act fast enough...nobody will have time to stop us. alright, sheriff, write down the names of the new men in town. the ones who have been taking over all the top jobs. well, first of all, there's creel of course. put his name at the head of the list. if we take him to jail first. we'll have a place to lock up all the others. then there's keller. he took over the bank as soon as the judge was murdered. keller? yeah, so jim told me about him. yeah, and what about amps? he's been put in charge of the telegraph all of a sudden. amps? i've heard of him, too.
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then there's jetson, he's that new gunsmith. peters, stew, and corey. well, tonto, what did you find out? me take peak to window of sheriff's office. see creel in their with one man. just two of them, eh? alright, sheriff, doc, we'll start with creel and his friend. and everything goes well, we'll end up with the whole cavendish gang. alright. come on, boys! i wonder what's keeping, cavendish? sure gettin' to be late enough. oh, i don't know, creel. maybe him and the boys were held up. funny he didn't send us a message or something... who is it? it's me doc drummin, and emergency... i thought you was out of town treatin... quiet you two. keep your hands high. hey, what's going on here? plenty, creel. tonto, get red's gun.
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we have reasons to believe you two are working for, butch cavendish. and i've got an idea those credentials you showed me to get your job, were forged. now wait a minute. you can't prove that. get in the cell. you too, red. give me that list you made at creel's. alright. alright, doc, we've got to hurry. it's getting light outside. come on, tonto. ♪
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♪ ♪ whos's there? it's doc drummin. yeah? what are you doing here this time of day? are you running the bank now in place of judge knox? yeah. but what's that got to do with me.. well, take a gander. the place is on fire. fire? alright, keller, march. huh?
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keller, check. one down and seven to go. are you the chap that took over the telegraph office when biff anderson got his? what about it, doc? well come on. your place is on fire. what? put your hands up, rivers. ♪ fire? on your way, jetson. no trace of the masked man and his friends, huh? no. we spent the whole night looking. what about the calvary? must be gone through here awful fast, chief. not a sign of them now. good. then there's nothing to stop us from moving into kobe right now. right. let's go. alright, men. you heard the masked man. everything goes as we figure, we'll have to cavendish gang locked up by sundown. tonto, are your men all set? yes, kimosabe.
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♪ here they come. alright, boys, let's go get them. ♪ ♪ ♪ hold. they're from kobe. and the masked man's leading them. we can take' me. we out number them. let 'em have it men. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ you got me, stranger. drop your gun cavendish. it's been a long chase. now you're through. for good. i guess you're right. alright, let's go. where to? back to the fight. what'd you say? i said... now get going. wild jim baker. take it easy. put him in one. name. shorty bush. finally got ya, huh? put him in two. let's go. name. cliff lambert. one. and i wanna tell ya that the whole town of kobe is proud of you two
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gun. well, i appreciate that a lot, jim. but i had very little... him come now, sheriff. here ya go, sheriff. hello, cavendish. didn't think ya'd catch him partner. now we got the whole dang bunch. you and your men ought to be congratulated, sheriff. thanks. but if it hadn't been for you, we had gotten nowhere. i'll be with ya in just a minute. i'm gonna take care of this one first. come on. steady, silver. now, cabin's can't catch you, kimosabe. you can take off mask. i'm going to continue to wear the mask and keep my identity a secret. for how long? our job has just begun. we have a lot of trails to follow. that good. sheriff? before the lock up, do you mind telling me who the masked man is? wouldn't mind at all, except that hey, where did the mask man go?
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he and his indian pal are going out to get their horses, sheriff. well, guess he isn't one to stick around for a party. well who is he? i don't directly know his real name. but i've heard him called the lone ranger. ♪ ♪ away, silver, away. ♪ ♪
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♪lassie ♪lassie ♪starring june lockhart ♪hugh riley, john provost ♪as timmy and of course lassie ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ hey! get out of there. get out of there. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well joe that mongrel you can't catch let my sheep out last night again and scattered them for a mile and half. he's gotten worse than ever. you haven't been able to trap his so quit wasting time and shoot him. now wait a shake. that sounds pretty drastic even for a dog thief. no need to shoot the dog. i still got a few tricks up my sleeve. sure, sure. why you play trick or treat with that mut we suffer. it's time you got rid of him.
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once and for all. now look he robbed the smoke house. he's got the stock all ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you suppose they'll go gunning for him? they'll probably get him. i could have shot that dog a hundred times. he's easy to spot. my job is to catch him. i'm not gonna kill that dog unless he's a menace. so far he's nothing but a nuisence. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ lassie? lassie? ♪ ♪ lassie, why haven't you been meeting me at school lately? you're never there on time anymore.
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♪ gosh. poison? it's a tranquilizer pill timmy. what kind of lizers? tranquilizer. it's a pill that relaxes you. makes you forget your fears. if i can get the dog to swallow a couple of these i'll be able to walk right up to him and put a collar on him. won't those pills hurt the dog? of course not. timmy these are the same kind of pills that people take. just makes you, well it relieves you of your tensions that's all. do you think that dog has tensions? yeah i think so. you got anymore
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so now when he sees people he gets nervous and suspicious. those are tensions. there i guess that does it. what are you gonna do with the meat now? well i'm gonna put it all along the trail that the dog uses. then when he swallows the meat he's gonna swallow the pills too and i'll have him. poor dog. what do you mean poor dog? do you realize all the trouble he's caused around here? i didn't think of that. well timmy thank your mother for the use of the meat grinder. huh? when you go to get him...may i go along? sure if your folks say it's okay. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ smith? yeah timmy? why does everybody call that dog a maverick? well timmy a maverick is a dog that doesn't belong to anybody. a loner. come on. ♪ well here's the spot. the bait's gone. now we got him. look mr. smith. ♪ ♪
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one of the tranquilizer pills. ♪ and the other one. well how about that. ♪ ♪ ♪ well there's the last one. find the pill lassie. ♪ there's the last one. maverick's done it again. ♪ ♪ ♪
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take a look. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ get out of the way lassie. what's the matter with you lassie? what are you barking for? how do you like that? she's trying to protect that mut. lassie move. well i'm gonna go get paul.
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♪ ♪ call her off paul. we'll finish this business right now. now hold on mel. that dog is helpless. what's the rush? that beast has been making our lives miserable for a month. now get lassie out of the way. look let's wait for joe smith. i told ruth to call him and send him up here. look we're not gonna wait around for joe smith to show up. we've wasted enough time already. come on. give me 5 more minutes. timmy go back to the trail and wait for joe and send him up here. okay dad. ♪ ♪ mr. smith! mr. smith! ♪
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hi timmy. follow me and i'll show you where they are. okay. ♪ understand you got that dog? take a look for yourself. ♪ gonna be a job getting him out of there. getting him out? we're gonna shoot him right where he is. nobody's gonna shot that dog until we're sure we can't save him. what's the matter with you joe smith, huh? that's the mut that's been making you look like an amateur. and now you're talking about getting him out? down there is a trapped and helpless dog. you guys like to kick something around when it's down? you intend to make an effort to get that mongrel out of that hole? why? because he's alive, because it's my job, because i don't think you guys are as cruel as you led on. you're just sore. joe we're wasting time. let's get busy. yeah. hey paul i got a length of rope in my truck. you want to get it for me?
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sure. there is no use in you fellows waiting around. why don't you go home? i'll stick around. when you find out you can't get him out then we'll have to shoot him. yeah. if that opening didn't t i could do it? we can try. i don't know timmy. i'm not afraid. look timmy if we let you down in there you got to be very careful. now look timmy when you get down there i'm gonna throw my coat down. with it and the rope. see if you can make a sling so we can lift the dog out, huh? okay now. easy now. hold that. there we go. easy now. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪it's alright boy. we're gonna get you out. here's the coat timmy. ♪ ♪ ♪ are you alright? ah huh! but he's wedged in too tight to get the coat around him.
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coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ here we go. there is a big rock over him and one in front of him. are you ready to call it quits? not yet. we still got a chance. i think you're licked. well we're gonna keep trying. we need a block and tackle to get that top rock off him. timmy, hurry back to the house and tell mother to get out block and tackle and put it in the pick up and bring it back here. okay dad. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ i got it. okay! pull. alright pull. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ maybe we're going at this all wrong. what do you mean? well maybe we can get to him from down below? how are you gonna tunnel through solid rock, huh? i'm not. there might be an opening that leads to the base of this crevis. we could get to him that way. it's worth a try. let's all spread out. see if we can find any kind of vault that looks like it might lead in this direction. ♪ here's some
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♪ they'll get him out. won't they? we'll they're trying with all their might. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ yohoo! yohoo! ♪ ♪ you think you got something? sure checks. this is the spot. get the rest of those rocks out of there.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ as far as we can go. closes down to solid rock. it's almost sundown. what now? which of you two is the best shot? you are joe. i'll lend you my rifle. ♪ ♪ keep timmy here. ♪ ♪
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♪ bring the light too so we can see what we're doing. yeah. shine it right on his head. i'm gonna do this with one shot. ♪ ♪ hold it. go on with timmy lassie. what is it girl? come on. ♪ ♪ ♪
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look. this is what we were looking for. well it sure looks like the right direction. runs right through the crevis but it narrows down to an awful thin opening. only one way this would work. how's that? dynamite. if we could get the charge far enough in there we might be able to blow enough of the rubble out to free the dog. yeah but we could also blow the dog to pieces too. it's a chance i'm afraid we're gonna have to take. whose got dynamite? i have. that's why i thought of it. good go get it. can i use your truck? yeah sure. we'll work things out here. easy. ♪ ♪ okay. alright let's get out of here. ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ dad! dad! mr. smith! ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ looks like he's alright. well here's your dog. you still want to shoot him? after working like a dog all day to save him? you know i don't feel near as blood thirsty as i did this morning. matter of fact i think i'll take him home and keep him myself. oh no you don't. i always wanted a dog that could out smart me. looks like i got him. you saved him lassie! and now he won't have to be a maverick anymore. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ the lone ranger! ♪ hi-ho silver! a fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty "hi-ho silver!" the lone ranger! ♪ watch out, he's got a gun! no, don't! let me go! what is it, hanley? butch cavendish, warden. someone must have sneaked him a gun. i was just letting him out for exercise period when he pulled it on me. butch cavendish is the last one i'd want to escape.
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tell the guards to shoot him on sight. i can't. why not? your son johnny was on his way up here to see you just as butch broke out. he grabbed hold of him; he's got a gun on him now. johnny! what's cavendish doing to him? nothing yet. he says he wants to talk to you. i think he's got some kind of a proposition. tell him to come in. yes sir. ♪ here he is, warden. i'm sorry, dad. he grabbed me when i wasn't looking. that's alright, son. let him go, cavendish. i'm giving the orders here now, warden. you'll never get out of here alive! well if i don't, your kid won't either. i'll use this gun on him, and you know i mean it. what's your deal? i'm taking him out of her with me. you'll get him back safe and sound on one condition: that you let the rest of my gang go free. don't do it, dad! i couldn't do that if i wanted to, cavendish. your men aren't here now. they're out to the prison farm. i know that, but you let them go free and they get back
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they can meet me at one of my old hideouts. how will they know which one? don't worry, they will. if they're not there by noon wednesday you'll never see this kid again. you'll never make it. your guards won't shoot. they know how crazy you are about junior here. come on, you. i'll get that cowardly rat. don't lose your head, warden, he'll kill johnny for sure. they're letting him out alright. they don't want to risk hurting the boy. what can i do hanley? you've got no choice, warden. it's the cavendish gang or johnny's life. let those outlaws free to harm innocent people? no, hanley, i can't do that! but warden... johnny! we'll have to find some other way to save him. but how? nobody but the cavendish gang knows where those hideouts are, and they'll never talk. there's someone else who knows: the man who captured the cavendish gang years ago. the lone ranger! if we could only get word to him. oh, that's impossible, warden. no one ever knows where he is. whenever a crime is committed, he knows somehow. he finds out. if he could only learn about this before it's too late.
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♪ ♪ you're back eary, tonto. where are the supplies? me not get them. no time for food now. what's happened? word come through to town butch cavendish break jail. cavendish? our worst enemy. him take warden's son as hostage hold him at one of old hideouts. he say him kill boy if cavendish gang not free by noon wednesday. i know the warden is much too honest to release those outlaws even if the boy's life is at stake. we ride fast, maybe still time to save him. not a chance, tonto. cavendish had too many hideouts. he could be holding the boy at any one of them. we don't have time to check them all. if we split up we cover more ground. yes, but that's trusting too much to luck. what we do then? you ride to cavendish's closest hideout. if he isn't there go on to the next one. maybe you'll reach him before i do. but where you go? to the prison, tonto. that's the only sure way i can think of to find butch cavendish.
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but what you suggest... i don't know. i realize it's risky, warden, but it's better than letting johnny die. besides, you won't be freeing the whole gang. just one man. but one is as bad as all! besides, this dooley is no fool, you know. what makes you so sure that he leads you to where cavendish is? i'll try not to let him know i'm following him. but if you get to the hideout, it's two against one. it's bad enough having cavendish at large without letting his chief henchman go too. you've got to do it, warden. not only for johnny's sake, but we must get cavendish back again. alright.
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we'l risk it. you better wait in the closet. you can bring dooley in now, hanley. dooley, i'm asking you for the last time: where is cavendish hiding out with my boy? i wouldn't know but if i were to let you loose, you would know. is that it? i might. alright, dooley, you win. i'm gonna let you go. what about the rest of the gang? one at a time. i'm not gonna let you out in a group to raid the territory. alright warden. that's good enough for me. one at a time. but get this straight: if any harm comes to my boy, you and cavendish are gonna have your necks stretched. understand? sure warden, sure. i get it. alright then. on your way. not so fast. you must think i'm an awful fool. what do you mean? i know what your game is. it's a trap to catch cavendish. five minutes after i'm out of here half the guards in this place will be on my trail.
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i give you my word of honor that no guard will follow you out of this prison. and what difference will it make if they did? i know where i'm going. they don't. i could lose a thousand guards by the time i reach cavendish. now, you still want to let me go? i want to save my boy at any price. ok warden, i'll go. but on my terms. i ain't trekking around the country in this outfit. i want new clothes, a horse, and a gun with bullets just in case someone should try to follow me. take him out and give him what he wants, then let him go. thanks warden,, you sure do treat us prisoners nice. he's a tough customer, warden. i hope i've done the right thing. but if he gets away for good, i'll have betrayed the honest people who put me in this job. don't worry i'll pick up his trail as soon as he leaves. but i don't trust him. he's liable to lead you on a wild goose chase. i don't think so. dooley's too sure of himself. but we've only got until noon wednesday. suppose dooley doesn't get to cavendish
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by then. you've forgotten, warden, i'm not your only hope. tonto is also looking for cavendish too. he's had time to reach some of his hideouts by now. for all we know, he's already rescued johnny. if i could only believe that. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you know kid, i was loco not to think of this idea before. now i don't have to watch both doors at once. what are you doing now? just making sure that nobody takes up by surprise. they try that door over there they're going to get an awful headache. they try this one, they're going to get a bullet in the belly. you can't scare dad into letting
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your gang go free. he'll never do it. he will if he ever wants to see you again. well i guess i won't be needing these anymore. dad would be cheating the people who trust him if he let those crooks out of jail. i wouldn't want him to do it even if he could.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well i thought you was never coming out of it, injun. say, where is that masked man you used to work with? me not know. don't lie to me! where is he? well i've got other ways of making you talk no! wait, me tel him in town. him have business there. me not know where him is now; that truth. eh, i wonder if i can believe that.
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probably not. i'm gonna go outside and take a look around, just in case. and don't you worry kid; i'll be back to take care of you. time's running fast do not be frightened; there is still hope. don't try to fool me, indian. we don't have one chance in a million. who are you anyway? me tonto. your friend. you not forget: one chance in million better than none. i'm sorry you risked your life to save me. now we're both gonna die. you give up plenty easy. we not dead yet. we're as good as dead. i wish he'd do it now and get it over with. what if someone on way to rescue us? who? nobody can find us here. friend of tonto maybe find us. you mean... the masked man cavendish was talking about? that right. oh, what's the use? even if he did get here in time, he'd be trapped same as you. you not be too sure. him never say die. you mean... you really think there's a chance for us? there always chance if you not give up.
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well injun, i guess you wasn't lying. there's no sign of that masked man. sure hope you boys wasn't lonesome. we're doing alright. well i'm glad to hear that. 'cause there's nothing like spending what time you got left being happy. and you haven't got much. well, reckon i better set my little trap again just in case that masked man comes snooping around. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ effie, ain't you found them plum preserves yet? here they are! they wer behind the pickled cucumbers. ah good. i'll wrap the preserves and we'll leave as soon as you're ready dear. land-a-goshes, who can that be? why it's some poor man who looks half starved. come in stranger, and rest a spell. thank you, ma'am. this is right kind of ya. oh, nothing like being friendly we always say. we were just going to take some vittles to a poor sick neighbor. do you come from these parts? no ma'am, i've been traveling a long way. oh, you sure look it. would you like some nice hot soup? to warm your innards? well no ma'am i'm awful sorry to bust in on ya like this but i just had to hide somewhere. hide? w-w-who from? well i had
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a suspicion for the last couple of hours that i've been followed by a bandit. a bandit, effie. oh how awful! that's right ma'am, a man wearing a mask. he was probably after my hard earned wages. oh, i'd like nothing better than to get that ornery skunk. and i'll kill him, too, if you ladies will help me. us? help you catch a bandit? d-do you think we could? you just tell us what to do, mister, and we'll do anything you say. oh, good. now look, i'll pretend to ride away from here. now it's my hunch that that masked man comes knocking at that door, try to find out if i left my money with you. don't you worry mister, we'll get rid of him somehow. but i don't want you to. you gotta find some excuse to keep him here. and i'll circle around the back and sneak in the door over there and we'll catch him red handed. i think that's a lovely plan. you can count on us mister. we'll keep him here somehow. that's fine ladies. well, i'll go now. believe me, the law's going to be mighty greatful to you for helping to catch this bandit.
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♪ ♪ ♪ it is a masked man, just like he said. and he's coming right toward us. i beg your pardon. oh, effie, we have a visitor. do come in. oh thank you. do you always welcome masked men with such open arms? why shouldn't we? you have an honest chin. besides, we always say it's a man's own business to choose what he wants to wear. i wish more people thought that way. the reason i'm here... oh effie, the man looks hungry. offer him some soup. thank you very much. i'd like to stay but i haven't time. you see i'm trailing a man who just stopped here. i thought he might have harmed you. that nice man? he wouldn't harm a fly. i'm afraid he would, ma'am. he happens to be an escaped convict. oh he couldn't be. why all he wanted was some
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food for his journey. did he drop a hint as to where he was headed? not a word, mister, and we're not the ones to pry. then i better be after him, fast. oh, before you leave... i'm sorry, i really can't stay. oh yes you can. reach. drop them guns. easy. oh thank goodness you got back. we were afraid we couldn't hold him for you. you done fine ladies, just fine. you're even lower than i thought you were dooley: taking advantage of two helpless women. i take my advantages where i find them. now turn around. come on. i've been itching to do this for years. oh! mr. dooley, you had no right to strike him. it wasn't hurting you. shut up, he thought he could trail me to the hideout. now get in that closet, both of you. in the closet? that's what i said, unless you wanna stay here while i blow his brains out. oh, effie, the masked man was telling us the truth. we trapped the wrong outlaw. you sure have
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and by the time you two old beetle beaks are out of that closet i'll be with my pal cavendish and that hombre will be dead. don't kill him in cold blood. come on, quit your stalling and get in there. you too. oh, my soup. my soup is boiling. whatever will i do with it? i don't care what you do with it so long as you get rid of it, now come on. whatever you say, mister! call us beetle beaks, will you?
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take it easy. it's fine now, thanks to you both. you keep looking at that clock. is there anything the matter? that boy i was telling you about, we don't have much time. dooley, i'm asking you for the last time, where is cavendish holding johnny? why don't you let me go and follow me? i know you'd never lead me there now. are you gonna let that innocent boy die? that warden's kid don't mean a thing to me. i've never seen a meaner man. maybe if you give him a few jabs with this he's be more gossip-y. no thanks, i don't
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believe in torture. there must be some other way to make him talk. supposing i did talk, how would you know whether i was telling the truth or lying? that's easy. whenever effie tells a lie, she blushes. oh elsie, hush! you do! wait a minute ladies, you've just given me an idea. lots of people blush when they tell lies. it's their hearts that give them away. they pump the blood faster. mister, i ain't the blushing kind. you don't have to be, dooley, to give yourself away. i see what you mean! his pulse! that's right, ma'am. oh do let us help you. it's a long chance ladies, but it may work you keep your fingers on his pulse while i question him. you're a fool if you think i'm gonna tell you what hideout he's at; i'm saying no to everything. go ahead mister, we're ready. where's cavendish hiding? silver canyon? no. twin forks? no. eagle pass? no. dead man's gulch? no. try him again on that one, mister. dead man's gulch? i said no!
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oh my, yes, that's the one. it must be: his pulse is racing like a house on fire. it's worth a try ladies, but dead man's gulch is a long ride from here. take the shortcut, over willow bridge. much quicker. i only hope i can make it in time. you ladies keep this outlaw tied up until i get back. you've both been a big help. thanks. oh, what a nice man. and just think, effie, we've captured a real life outlaw. oh, this is the most exciting time we've had since grandpa won the horse shoe pitching contest. ♪ hey! pull up there! you sure in a fine hurry, mister. what's the idea of the roadblock? what's the idea of the mask? this mask means the same to me as a badge of office means to a law man. why s the road closed? bridge ain't there no more. river washed it away last night. is there any other way across? not a chance. look mister, i've got to get to dead man's gulch by twelve noon. if i don't
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a boy is going to die. there must be some other way across the river. well why didn't you say so? follow the stream up here to eagle pass. the river's not to deep; maybe you and your horse can swim across. thanks a lot! ♪ dead man's gulch at 12 noon. ha ha! that darn fool won't come anywhere near making it. i never figured that a father could care so little for a son. my gang should have been here by now. i told you he wouldn't let them go. and i told you i'd kill you if he didn't. i reckon we both meant it. how much time? one minute. ♪ still doing alright, kid? you not forget what i tell you. you never say die. that's good advice injun. too bad you can't take it. i'll never give up, cavendish, not even after you pull the trigger. you die hard, kid
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with less than a minute to live and both doors tricked up so nobody can break in and you still figure there's a chance somebody might save you. oh, i get it. the masked man. still thinking about him, huh? he's gonna pull a miracle, sneak in just in the nick of time. him come if him can. from out of nowhere i suppose. that's right, from out of nowhere. ♪ you're too late, injun. you've been dreaming up fairy tales. i just hope the kid here didn't believe you. because this one time they're not coming true. your time's up, injun. i'm gonna let you have it first. and there's no masked man standing by to save you. alright, cavendish, i'll take that other gun. ♪
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♪ ♪ caught in his own trap. gee, tonto, you were right. he came from out of nowhere. and then, he kicked the door open, and cavendish fired, and then the ranger jumped him and knocked him all over the place. i'm afriad jonnhy's exaggerating, warden. that mr. cavendish sounds just as bad our mr. dooley. that horrible man. and when i think of how we trusted him... the importnt thing is that cavendish and dooley are back in prison. neither of them can hurt anybody again. the most important thing to me is that you saved my boy's life. and for that i can never repay you. we not work for pay. we work for justice. he's right, warden. and justice needs no pay. well tonto, it's time to go. if you ladies would like, we'll put you in your carriage. oh what a nice man, and so polite. you sure you won't
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let us take just a peek under that mask? it's not his face that matters, it's his character. and he's just oozing with that. you ladies have a good deal of character yourselves. so long, johnny. goodbye. bye warden. bye-bye. gee dad, i've never met a man like him before. that's because he's one in a million. he's the lone ranger. hi-ho silver, away! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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yeah, they sounded like they came from the other side of the hill. let's take a look. ♪ ♪ ♪ hey, i wonder why they're chasing that rig. i don't know; we better check and find out. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ hey, that's john medford in that rig. i don't recognize the men with him. they just seem to be talking. maybe it isn't any of our business after all.
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why don't you leave me alone, dude? i told you before: i don't want anything to do with you. why johnny boy, is that any way to treat old friends? ha! i just stopped by to have a friendly chat with you. might be very interesting if the president of the mineral city bank were to know that his most trusted casheer, john medford, is really john merideth, a jailbird and a murderer. i paid for the mistake, dude, and made a fresh start. heh. oh, johnny boy. you wouldn't want anything to happen to that nice little wife or kid of yours, would you? would you?! alright, what do you want? you already know that. this visit is just to make sure. have that bank vault open for us tomorrow when we come in. i won't do it, dude! you won't do it? well this is a sample of what you'll get if you don't. ♪
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hey, what's going on here?! you keep out of this! oh no you don't, stranger! ♪ ♪ ♪ now john, maybe you can tell me what this is all about. ♪ just a misunderstanding. a personal matter. why don't you keep your nose out of things that don't concern you? maybe i made a mistake. i guess maybe you did, and i aim to correct it later. this doesn't change things any between us.
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♪ who were those men, and why were they after you? i'd rather not talk about it. i appreciate your help, and it's not important, really. ♪ ♪
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i'm sorry the baby was asl you and john must really be happy with a nice little daughter like that. oh, we are. everything's just perfect. i saw john yesterday; he seemed to be worried about something. is there anything wrong? well... no, i don't think so. i thought maybe i could help if anything was wrong. well thanks roy, but i think you got the wrong impression. well tell john i dropped by to say hello. i will, and you come back again. thanks! say, saw that new herd of yours, cam. mighty fine bunch of cattle. they sure are. see ya next week. just relax, everybody, and you don't get hurt. get your hands up! you can't just walk in here like this! can't we?! get to work. ♪
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just a minute, mister. are you following me? who, me? yes, you, and i don't exactly take to that. oh, mister, you're mistaken. i never follow anybody. nevermind that. i just wanted to go in the bank, that's all. i'm gonna straighten you out about something. ♪ ♪ come on. hurry up. we haven't gotten all day. ♪ ♪ come on! hurry it up in there! ♪ ♪ hurry up! we gotta get out of here! alright, i'm coming! sorry, dan. i tell ya for the millionth time, i haven't been following you! you shouldn't get so hot under the collar, mister.
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you better cool off. help hey, sid, let's get out of here! ♪ help! help! who turned out the lights?! where am i? in a tunnel? the bank's been held up! ♪ ♪ just a cotton-picking minute, bullet! can't you trail them an easier way? what, you think nelliebelle is a mountain goat? well pat, i thought nelliebelle could go any place. well don't you ever worry. they ain't nobody out-trail nelliebelle yet.
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here comes sid. and he's in a hurry. there's a posse coming. you must have been trailed here. how could they? they got that dog of rogers's with them. rogers, huh? gather up this money. we'll give them a nice warm welcome. there are the horses. they must be inside. stay here, bullet. ♪ ♪ ♪ we're just wasting good ammunition. if we can keep them away from their horses, we got them pinned down. maybe, but if they can hold us off till dark, they'll make a break for it.
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♪ where you going, roy? keep 'em busy! pat, you're an old tank driver. head nelliebelle right straight for the cabin! wow, this reminds me of the battle of the bulge! ♪ ♪ ♪ let's close in on them, men! they're closing in on us.
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sid -- trap door! turkey, you're last. throw those shells in the fire just before you follow us. ♪ ♪ ♪ sounds like a battery of guns. ya!
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let him clean us out and get away. why? i don't know; i just couldn't. this is a breach of trust and looks very suspicious. either that or you're a coward, john. which is it? in any case -- if you can't protect the interests of this bank, you're not worthy of a position of trust here. but mr. prescott, my job...! you're through! get out. ♪ ♪ they trace them yet, roy? we trailed them to their hideout, but they got away. roy seems to think they're the same men that stopped you the other day. it kinda looks like you were working with them. we don't want to turn you over to the sheriff unless you've done something wrong. but you know those men. now who are they? i guess i should have told you before. i know them
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as dude dalheart and cherokee tim. there's another one they call sid. they got some kind of a hold on you. yes. i killed a man once, back in kansas. my name was marideth then. how did it happen? man was responsible for the death of my sister. she killed herself. i went out of my head, i guess. i hunted him down and shot it out with him. did you stand trial for it? i was convicted of manslaughter and served ten years in prison. oh, so you're not wanted for any kind of a crime now? no. when i got out i came west. changed my name and married. i have a home, a wife, and a child. i built a good life here, until dude dalhart came along. ... and threatened to expose you as an ex-convict, huh? it would disgrace my wife and baby and tear down everything i built for them here. that explains a lot of things, john. even so, i meant to stop the hold-up, but i kept seeing the man i killed before and i couldn't shoot dude. i couldn't kill again. now they think i'm a coward... and worse. there's one way you can make up for all that, john. how? tell us where we can find dalhart
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and his men. but i don't know that. even if i could help capture them, they'd still expose me. that doesn't matter now! you've paid for any crime you committed in the past. ... alright. i'll do whatever you want. but i don't know where they are. you'd better stick close to home until we get a lead on them. ♪ ♪ ♪ relax; it's only medford. mary! john, dear...! welcome home, johnny boy. john... pull up a chair; relax. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ come on, bullet. thank you. come back. you know, dale, sometimes i get fed up with scrubbing these floors and washing on those dirty dishes. i was meant for better thing. an executive type, for instance, where i sit with my feet up on a desk and... well, you certainly look like a merry little ray of sunshine. i just saw john medford loading a lot of provisions in that buggy of his. he avoided seeing me. roy, you don't think dude and his men are hiding out at the medford home, do you? yes, i do. and i should tell the sheriff about it you can't do that, roy! they're probably holding mary and that baby prisoners in their own home. yeah, if we take the sheriff out there somebody's liable to get hurt. well we don't want that to happen.
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no... say i've got an idea! why don't i go out there and pay a little social call on mary? but you can't go out there alone! well it's a cinch that neither one of you can go. and besides, what looks more innocent than one woman paying a call on another. and you two could be watching from outside! oh dale... too much could happen if that gang is there. i could find that out, and without giving it away. and if mary doesn't let me in, we'd know! now listen, you stay out of this! i'll figure some other way. dale! where you going? well hello, mary! gee, it's been so long, i just had to come see you and the baby. how's johnny? oh, he isn't here right now. i don't feel very well. oh, that's too bad. i was out riding the other day and i saw john. he looked just fine. my, aren't you lucky to have such a wonderful little baby? it's a girl, isn't it? yes, she's asleep right now.
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oh, gee, that's too bad. i wanted to see her. i'd be quiet. just quiet as a mouse. well... she's been so cross lately. why don't you come back another time? oh, isn't that the baby now? no, no, she's she's sound asleep. shut up, you bawlng brat! well it is! the little darling's waking up. i've just got to see her. no! i... i'll see how she is. you wait here.
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there there honey. it's alright. dude and his gang must her in the house. hey. medford's coming back. hey, if he goes in there he's liable to mess things up for dale. we'll head him off before he gets there. what are you doing there? alright, get back in that closet. go on! a shot!
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he heard it, too. let's go.
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come back here! what...? let's get out of here. hold it! drop those guns and back up against the wall. mary! mary! rogers, whether johnny lives or dies depends on you. drop your gun. don't try to follow us. remember the gun in johnny's back. get the horses, sid! dale! dale, you alright? yeah, we're alright, roy. what have you done to my wife and baby, dude? are they alright? don't come any closer, rogers. i'll let him have it. if you've done anything to my wife and baby, i'll get you, dude. i'll follow you no matter where you go. son of a...! i'll kill ya! do you hear me? shut up, johnny boy. nothing's happened to
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your wife and kid. but you double crossed us, johnny, and something's going to happen to you. ♪ trigger! ♪ hey, phinneas! ♪ mary, you and the baby alright? here, take this. one of them is still in the closet. the bank money's here. i'll be able to return it in the morning. ♪ the bank money's here. i'll be able to return it in the ♪orning. ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ alright, dude. you're about to start paying for all the trouble you've caused. get going. ♪ ♪ ♪ dale, what are we going to do with you taking chances like that? oh, that was no chance roy. i knew you'd be around when the trouble started to take care of things. supposing i hadn't had made it? go on, dude.
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you're the funny man that got your enjoys dunkin' me like a donut, aren't ya? well i'm-a fixing to get my enjoys now. come on, boy. ha ha! john, i think it's wonderful that mr. prescott retird and made you the manager. thank you, dale. congratulations, johnny, or maybe i should say, "mr. medford." yes! roy i'll never be able to thank you enough. it'll always be johnny to you and dale. that suit...! what in the world are you dressed like that for? no more washing floors and scrubbing dishes, dale. like i said: i'm fed up with that mopping and scrubbing. i came to take that new job. that new custodian position that mr. medford offered me. where's my
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office, john? right over there, pat. ♪ ♪ pat brady, chief custodian. ha ha... ah. ha ha ha ha ♪ happy trails to you ♪ until we meet again ♪ happy trails to you ♪ keep smiling until then ♪ happy trails to you
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♪ until we meet again
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NBC December 26, 2012 7:00am-11:00am PST

News/Business. Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Valerie Bertinelli. (2012) Actors Chris Pine and Kevin Costner; Guinness World Records of 2012; beauty; holiday cocktails; actress Valerie Bertinelli. New. (CC) (Stereo)

TOPIC FREQUENCY Us 28, Mister 18, Kobe 17, Johnny 15, Timmy 10, Dale 10, Dudley 9, Mchenry 8, Butch Cavendish 7, Mr. Blalock 7, Medford 7, John 7, Dooley 7, Mrs. Denton 6, Paul 5, Roy 5, Carter 5, Doc 5, Jason 5, Blalock 5
Network NBC
Duration 04:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 88 (609 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 704
Pixel height 480

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